CFP Board to Seek More Comments on Conduct Standards
The CFP Board made "meaningful changes" after the first round of comments, Chairman Blaine Aikin said.
Vullo Discusses New York's Role in National Cybersecurity Regs
The NAIC has used New York's cybersecurity regulations as its model.
5 NAILBA 36 Tech Attractions
Exhibitors are trying to help life and annuity distributors get things done faster and better.
How Do You Beat a Robo-Advisor? Trust
Successful financial advisors must have the trust of their clients, an MIT economist says.
Regs and Tech Drive Asset Managers’ Back-Office Transformation
Four in five managers foresee major change to their operating models within two years, the data platform Confluence reports.
DOL Ready to Enforce Fiduciary Rule: Acosta
If firms are willfully violating the best-interest standard, which took effect June 9, Labor will use its enforcement authority, Acosta told lawmakers.
CFPB Director Richard Cordray Will Step Down Before End of November
Cordray’s exit opens the door for President Trump to install a more industry-friendly leader.
Forget Vanguard, Insurers Now Have Their Own ETFs to Sell You
The list of insurance company players in the passive market includes Principal, Prudential and Transamerica.
Betterment Adds Charitable Giving Feature in Time for Year-End Tax Moves
Betterment Charitable Giving will launch Nov. 28 and is available for all its retail investors and advisors using its advisory platform.
Tax Bill Could Be Doomed in Senate Thanks to ACA Mandate Repeal: Valliere
The Finance Committee also made permanent the 20% corporate tax rate and made several other major changes to the bill.